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Best time to visit Israel

Israel is a country of extremes. Located on the Mediterranean Sea, it is regarded by Jews, Christians and Muslims as the biblical Holy Land. But Israel is so much more than that. With a coastline bordering the Mediterranean Sea, the Dead Sea, the Red Sea, and the Sea of Galilee, tourists can find everything from world-class scuba diving at golden beaches, green forests and nature, rugged desert and ancient ruins dating back centuries.


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White City Tel Aviv

Did you know that the city of Tel Aviv is another UNESCO World Heritage Site[l1] ? Coined the White City, due to the color of the buildings, Tel Aviv actually houses the largest collection of Bauhaus style building in the world – boasting some 4,000. In the last 15 years, the buildings, designed and built by German immigrants in the early 20th century, have been renovated and restored to their impressive earlier state.  The Bauhaus building traditionally used modern materials without support from external walls.  However, in Tel Aviv you will notice that many Bauhaus buildings are built on pillars and have dangling corners, which create shade and ventilation during the long hot and humid summer


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Restaurants in Tel Aviv

When the city of Tel Aviv springs to mind it immediately conjures up images of lapping waves on golden beaches under cloudless blue skies. But did you know that Tel Aviv is also a leading center of cuisine and has a multitude of top class and Michelin starred restaurants? In Tel Aviv, you can find anything and everything from seafood to steak, from Italian to French and from traditional Jewish food to bistro meals.


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Tel Aviv Markets

​Market culture has really taken off in Israel, and Tel Aviv is no exception. Although not always cheaper than buying in a supermarket, it is certainly more fun to shop in the markets (shuk). The shuk traditionally sells a plethora of fruit, vegetables, nuts and herbs amongst many other types of high quality produce.  Dotted around the city you will find a treasure trove within the various Tel Aviv markets – some covered, some open to the elements.


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Day Trips from Tel Aviv

The city of Tel Aviv is centrally located along the Mediterranean Coast and easily accessible for trips [l1] up to the north or down to the south of the country. And as Israel is so small, it is possible to reach just about every corner of the country in one day. Whether the destination is north or south, everywhere can be reached by car, and Israel boasts a very reliable and comfortable train service between Tel Aviv and most locations, as well as an excellent bus service with a he range of routes throughout the country. However, the easiest option is to take a guided tour with a local expert – Israel is full of licensed guides who speak many languages, including English.


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What to Wear in Israel? 4 Dress Code Tips

The dress code that often comes to mind when dressing appropriately in Israel is one that projects modesty. Actually, this may be the case for religious sites and communities, or traveling to unknown parts of Israel. But for the major secular cities and bustling international events taking place in the large metropolitan area, almost anything goes.


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Doing Business in Israel? Don’t Miss these 6 Business Etiquette Tips and Tricks

Business etiquette simply relies on a certain set of manners that are accepted within a group or organization. When conducting business abroad, this “business etiquette” can lead to a complexity of added cultural differences and varying social norms. Essentially, a tailored business etiquette is required for each and every business destination.


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